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AMJL had decided at short notice to exhibit in Giessen. And brought an interesting experience with them.

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And again there are more 1 gauge novelties.

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The model has already been announced, now the hand sample is available: the MaK 600 D from Spur1-Exklusiv is nearing completion.

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An interesting announcement for European gauge 1 customers.

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Now the price for the new Dingler hopper has been set.

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You don't have to own the most modern locomotive to form an era-appropriate freight train with Dingler's new cars. First information and photos of the two hand samples for subscribers.

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From France we received photos of the SNCF covered freight cars for gauge 1.

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Schuco has also this year a large and interesting range of vehicles for gauge 1.

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The handbuilt model of the post-war version of the Köf II is presented with an open cab and BSI switching coupler. The DB locomotor model was developed by Steiner Modellwerke and is scheduled to be available as a production model in the summer of 2022.

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In the summer of 2022, the small Köf II or class 323 locomotives are to be delivered by Steiner Modellwerke. The excellent handbuilt model of the 323 454 in detail with 32 photos.

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Finally there is a new product announcement again. MBW intends to deliver models of the DB class V 60 and its following versions of the classes 260 ff. in 2023.

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Part 2 of the review of Wunder's class 111 gauge 1 models with 31 crisp large format photos.

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Three gauge 1 models of the DB class 111 from Wunder are shown and reviewed. Part 1 of the review contains 58 photos in large format for connoisseurs and the undecided.

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A little preview of the well done class 111 for 1 gauge from Wunder.

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High quality 3D printed figures cover many eras and situations. Belgian 3D studio.be has again expanded its large program.

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The DB KKks 89/Taes 890/Taems 890 swing roof car from Wunder Präzisionsmodelle brings a new design to the range for gauge 1 freight cars. The hand pattern suggests a versatile model for gauge 1.

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Modellbau Marcus Jaegers has two new flat cars based on German and French prototypes in its program.

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First pictures of the Gauge 1 hand samples from France.

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Steiner Modellwerke has decided to add two more versions of the planned small locomotive for gauge 1 to its program.

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In the 1970s, DB locomotive 85 007 stood in the parking lot in front of the engineering college in Constance. As a museum piece, it came to Freiburg under a shelter. Hans and Walter Ziegler have rebuilt it in 1:32 scale. A building instruction for patient model builders.

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Wema Bahnatelier has added to its assortment a craftsman and two figures handling the wheelbarrow that was already delivered.

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Wunder will shortly be introducing a new freight car for 1 gauge. It is a swing roof car.

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Some nice details were found on the modules in Annaberg-Buchholz. 22 photos in the fifth part of the report.

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The Oschersleben depot and some DR locomotives are the subject of the 38 photos from the gauge 1 days in Annaberg-Buchholz.

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And once again there is a novelty for the gauge 1 to announce!

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After numerous heavyweights, there is finally a compact vehicle on the market for Gauge 1 that is suitable for shunting in tight spaces.

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There is no better prototype than the prototype. And suddenly chance helps to make an idea come true in 1:32 scale. A series of worker's houses, supported by an automobile manufacturer, was converted into models down to the last detail.

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In July and August, there will be even more 3D printed figures in Jaffa's Moba Shop. Here we see in advance what capabilities 3D printing offers.

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After the 2013 Spur1 meeting in Sinsheim, I reported on July 7, 2013 about Wilgro models that were offered at Wyko-Echtdampf. Among the heavily patinated models were also two worth seeing half-assembled kits of the class 86.

According to the comments, the models created by Mr. Groß in this condition were suitable to enrich the respective scene as rusty models on the siding or on a scrap yard.

The following report by Hans and Walter Ziegler shows that there is another way and that the two torsos do not have to eke out an existence as lifeless scrap.

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Jacek Wysocki from Poland is currently building a tank car train. Here are some snapshots.

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A bundle of novelties for the gauge 1 market in Austria and other European countries has been announced by Spur 1 Austria today. Among them are three electric locomotives and two steam locomotives that already existed as gauge 1 models. You can see the prototypes in numerous photos and operations.

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Thirty years ago, on June 2, 1991, the ICE train service of the Deutsche Bundesbahn or Deutsche Bahn AG started with high-speed trains of class 401. Information and a large picture gallery with views from outside and inside.

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A refined 3D print was the basis for the Reichsbahn maintenance car from Oberdittmansdorf in Saxony.

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Wema-Bahn expands its range of figures and useful things for creating gauge 1 scenes. The originals of the new figure are unpopular because of their mercilessness, but indispensable.

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In order for the project to be realized and result in more models, I would like to remind you of an interesting freight car that will be built for 1 gauge.

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Anyone who offers figures for 1 gauge must think of scenes and situations. The concrete mixer set from Wema is suitable for small construction sites from the time before today's cube house design.

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The rustic original for a bridge diorama or module in 1:32 scale still needs to be supplemented with suitable rolling stock. Here are 49 year old photos and some new ones for inspiration. They show an amazing range of locomotives, railcars and passenger cars.

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Modelbex has expanded its gauge 1 offering to include a Nederlandse Spoorwegen locomotive that has French relatives.

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There are settings that you can't invent. Eventually you will find a believable accumulation of details that inspire a modeler to a diorama. Here comes a bridge scene for gauge 1 that has it all and could be realized on a compact footprint for epochs I to VI.

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After his SNCF shunting locomotive, Johannes Kerry is working on a French large diesel locomotive for 1 gauge.

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Jaffa's Moba Shop has set its figurine program for 2021 and will post it in the store in a couple of days. The lively looking figures for 1 scale are scans of real people in poses that are very rarely found elsewhere. A preview.

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The shunter set from Noch is suitable for modern eras because of the clothing.

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Dingler received production samples of the passenger cars from BLS, SOB and SBB - and photographed them right away.

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Schuco again has an extensive program in 1/32nd scale for 2021, and there are two surprises.

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There is news for subscribers.

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An established manufacturer enters the production of French freight cars.

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Next week Jaffa's Moba-Shop will introduce new figures.

Here is a preview of the vibrant figures of people and animals from the 3D printer.

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Many years ago Revell launched two easy to assemble kits in 1/32nd scale, which are now more up-to-date than ever.

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Swiss tractors had their own design language and character. A supplier from Switzerland offers 1:32 models based on Hürlimann & Co. prototypes, which are also available in Germany.

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Jaffa's Moba-Shop has expanded its range of products with more figure sets. Some fit very well to the new market stands.

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Modellbau Marcus Jaegers has built a Luxembourg Fads in 1/32nd scale for a customer.

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Specialist dealer Beesmodellbahn has decided to develop and exclusively offer a railroad service vehicle.

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Before the coaling station Hans and Walter Ziegler built a small workshop for their museum depot Fützen. The illuminated model is removable and has a sophisticated power supply.

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As a dental laboratory technician, Joachim Lutz is very familiar with moulds. He has built a bridge for the gauge 1 club layout with team colleagues that is quite impressive.

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Accessories for gauge 1 are usually quite large. Kits can be mounted without magnifying glass and the secure grip of a four year old. The pallet kit discussed here is ideal for fun at the end of the working day - and the result is very close to the original.

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If you get desperate when coupling 1e narrow gauge vehicles, the model coupling is to blame. Now there is a solution that gives pleasure.

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Achim Lutz has weathered a pseudo-patinated used SBB Eaos open freight car from Märklin according to a prototype photo. The effort was worth it.

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Lively looking figure sets are the speciality of Jaffa's Moba-Shop. Now we have new products again.

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Wema Bahnatelier has released two new figures, which can be used in many ways.

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Jaffa's Moba-Shop presented in Stadtoldendorf three new sets of figures for the first time, which have their special charm.

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Horst Göhr has built a signal box for a customer, which is to be installed on a gauge 1 layout.

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It is much work to cover a roof with model tiles. But the effort is worth it if you strive for the highest model-making quality.

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MO-Miniatur is expanding its small assortment for rail-bound vehicles and announces Roll on/Roll off Cars. There is also a novelty for the depot.

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The 320 001 of the track construction company Wiebe hummed quietly on the Märklin gauge 1 roller bench.

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Spur1-igARTig has again completed 1/32 scale models of two structures that once stood on the Kocher Valley Railway Waldenburg - Forchtenberg and which were moved to the Hohenlohe Open Air Museum in Schwäbisch-Hall, Germany.

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Dingler had some of his models of the Ae 4/7 of the SBB photographed.

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Recently model railway friends met in Lodz in Poland for a small model railway fair. There were also three 1-gauge enthusiasts.

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Catenaries are very complicated to model. However, you should pay attention to details in a gauge 1 layout with overhead contact line that only become apparent at second glance.

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The new Sommerfeldt overhead contact line for gauge 1 should be somewhat simplified and inexpensive. How good are the components and how do you differ from the Wunder product range?

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Finally 39 photos from the Cité du Train in Mulhouse, France. Here we meet two world record locomotives and many other exciting railway vehicles.

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Modern locomotives need modern freight cars. MBJ Modellbau Jaegers has new colorful models under construction. Especially impressive is the detailed, 810 mm long carrier for 80 ft containers.

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Dingler's four-axle gravel cars from Switzerland have quite modern prototypes. A series of 47 pictures gives an insight into what the cars look like in operation.

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With part 2 of the report, the corner house "Dorfstraße 9" by Stangel will be completed. Prerequisites for the successful completion of the semi relief structure for gauge 1 are patience, improvisation and new roof tiles.